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COVID-19 pandemic had a significant impact on the Turnover of the establishments of non-financial enterprises in the Autonomous Region of Madeira
The Regional Directorate of Statistics of Madeira (DREM), after having released final information from 2020 on enterprises last March, makes available today on its website, the definitive data on establishments of non-financial enterprises in the Region for that same year.
With the increasing importance of large brands, mainly in the retail sector - as shown by annual information from the Commercial Units of Relevant Size project - information on establishments becomes significantly important. It should be remembered that an enterprise with its head office anywhere in the country may have several establishments located in different parts of the territory. Thus, there are establishments located in the Autonomous Region of Madeira belonging to an enterprise headquartered outside the Autonomous Region of Madeira, and there are also enterprises in the Autonomous Region of Madeira with establishments on the mainland and/or in the Autonomous Region of the Azores.
In 2020, there were 30,659 establishments of non-financial enterprises in the Autonomous Region of Madeira, employing around 85,893 persons, generating a turnover of 5.4 billion euros.
The number of establishments increased by 33 (+0.1%) compared to the previous year, with the sectors "Consultancy, scientific and technical activities" (+5.8%), "Human health activities and social assistance " and "Transport and storage" (both with +5.6%) and "Mining and quarrying" (+5.3%) largely contributing to this improvement. Santana was the municipality with the highest relative growth in the number of establishments compared to 2019 (+2.5%), followed by São Vicente (+1.8%), Ponta do Sol (+1.0%), Câmara de Lobos and Ribeira Brava (+0.7%).
Regarding geographical distribution, the location of establishments coincides with the location of enterprises: the municipalities of Funchal (49.6%), Santa Cruz (13.1%) and Câmara de Lobos (9.8%) stand out, as well as the persons employed in those municipalities, concentrating 59.5%, 11.5% and 7.1% of total employment, by the same order.
Compared to 2019, the number of persons employed decreased by 0.7%, with the municipalities of Santa Cruz (-5.1%), Ribeira Brava (-3.8%), Porto Moniz and Machico (-0.8%, in both municipalities) contributing to this decrease. Conversely, it should be noted the growth in the municipalities of Porto Santo (+4.6%), Santana (+3.0%), Calheta and Ponta do Sol (+1.5%, in both municipalities), and São Vicente (+1.2%). As for the personnel employed, the sectors with the highest growth were "Transport and storage" (+24.3%), "Human health activities and social assistance " (+8.0%), "Water collection, treatment and distribution, sewerage, waste management and remediation activities " (+7.1%), and " Mining and quarrying " (+5.8%). Also noteworthy was the reduction in the number of employees in "Accommodation, food services and similar " (-9.1%).
The turnover of the establishments of regional non-financial enterprises registered a decrease when compared to the previous year (-14.6%), with the most significant decreases in " Accommodation, food services and similar (-53.8%), "Arts, entertainment, sports and recreational activities" (-41.7%), "Transports and storage" (-32.8%) and "Other service activities" (-20.8%). By municipality, only Ribeira Brava showed a growth in its turnover of 8.8% compared to 2019, while all the others showed a decrease, the most significant of which were Porto Moniz (-31.8%), Calheta (-29.3%), Santa Cruz (-23.0%), Porto Santo (-19.8%) and São Vicente (-16.8%).
Wholesale and retail trade; Repair of motor vehicles and motorbikes" (45.6%), "Construction" (11.2%), "Manufacturing" (6.8%), " Accommodation, food services and similar " (6.7%) and "Transport and storage" (5.9%) accounted for the largest share of total turnover.
DREM releases the publication "Business Sector of the Autonomous Region of Madeira - 2020
With the information on the establishments of 2020 already available, DREM releases today the publication "Business Sector of the Autonomous Region of Madeira - 2020", also concluding the time series (2008-2020) of the same statistical category.
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